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State to study desalination of Gulf water as viable option in face of drought

• By Heather Alexander
Sugar Land instituted voluntary water restrictions Wednesday in an attempt to conserve what water there is before the real heat of summer starts.

Statewide, it's a grim situation that's got lawmakers looking to the Gulf for the solution, and it's not for the first time.

"Any option is a must," state Rep. Todd Hunter (R-Corpus Christi) told Kris-6.

Hunter has been appointed to head up a new committee to study water desalination set-up, with the hope of turning the salt water we are almost surrounded by into something we can drink.
 
 

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